• General Jerry Boykin

    General Jerry Boykin, one of the original members of the U.S. Army's Delta Force and current Executive Vice President of the Family Research Council, spoke on restoring readiness in our military.
  • Daniel Horowitz

    Daniel Horowitz presented why filling Scalia’s seat with an originalist, while vitally important, is not enough to restore the constitutional balance of power both in the short run and long run.
  • Heather MacDonald

    Heather MacDonald spoke at COS regarding her work on the “Ferguson effect” and its impact on policing.
  • John Lott

    John Lott, an economist and a world recognized expert on guns and crime, discussed the topic: “Mass Shootings and the Problems with Background Checks.”
  • Gary Berntsen

    Gary Berntsen, a retired 23-year Veteran of CIA's Clandestine Service, came to discuss the topic: “National Security Under a Lawless Administration.”

Our Mission

he mission of the Conservative Opportunity Society is to be the full-spectrum, Constitutional, conservative conscience of the House that advances policies based on our country's founding principles: the Rule of Law, limited government, a strong national defense and strong family values. The Conservative Opportunity Society will continue to restore the pillars of American Exceptionalism and get back to the ideals and principles of our Founding Fathers.

Highlighted Bills

Rep. Ted Yoho - H.Res.588: Condemns and censures the President for his willful failures, specifically addressing:

  • Failure to implement sanctions on Iran
  • Failure to notify Congress of Guantanamo Bay detainee releases as prescribed by current law
  • Failure to eliminate DHS vetting deficiencies of Syrian refugees
  • Failure to secure our borders & enforce U.S. immigration laws
  • Failure to have a comprehensive strategy in dealing with Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, and ISIS


Congressman Steve King (R-Iowa) has chaired the Conservative Opportunity Society for over a decade. Previously, the group was first formed by Newt Gingrich and others in 1983 with the purpose to promote conservative ideas.